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Leads Direct supply a wide range of IEC mains cables for various applications and in combination with many international mains fittings can provide power leads for most countries in the world. You can view many of these by going to … Continue reading
A Totally Flexible Wallplate System – Available January 2008 Multijack by Konexia is a quality, flexible, modular, structured interconnection system for home Audio / Visual / Data and Home Theatre products. Multijack offers individual modules dedicated to Data Signals in … Continue reading
How do I choose from so many options? The connectors that you need are normally determined by the configuration of your hardware, so it should not be too difficult to locate the correct one. That said, there are a great … Continue reading
What is WEEE? Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) broadly describes unwanted, discarded, surplus, obsolete, or broken electrical or electronic devices. In some circumstances leads and cables such as those that Leads Direct manufacture and sell can be considered WEEE, even … Continue reading
These are all crimp connectors with gold pins used for telecoms, networking and occasionally low voltage lighting control applications. The difference is in the number of positions available on the connector and the number of contacts actually present. Obviously where … Continue reading